Designed by architect Desmond Ong on a minimalist concept the Singapore residence has had its wall removed so as to provide the feel of open space. It is light airy and seemingly spacious. By avoiding bulky interiors and furniture the design has been given a sense of added openness. Usage of light colors and large glass windows gives also adds to large space outlook. The bedrooms and the bathroom designs are kept very simple while the open glass windows provide fro a green view outside.
The blocks have then been interconnected by an open staircase. The front elevation of the house is kept off sight from street. The huge door welcomes you to the inner wonders. The entrance leads you to a beautiful bluish pool which is near to entrance of the building. Right at the middle of the structure is a double height space which acts as a corridor to the rest of the house.
This stone house can be appreciated in its natural state – a residential construction that merges with the surroundings but features straight bold design lines easily recognizable from contemporary architecture. Surrounded by stone walls the interiors display an inviting atmosphere but keep a sober elegance and a minimalist interior design.
The entire house is painted in neutral tints adding warmth and elegance to this half-a-century-old residence. It has got lot of free space both interior and exterior which enabled the designers to work from whole to part. M Square Lifestyle Necessities was very keen on expressing their experience in its design and the house will surely stand the test of time.
On the upper floor the large glass windows provide a perfect view from the bedroom which is kept simple in its design. A classy bathroom with a bath tub and pendant light on the ceiling are the other features on the upper floor.
The exteriors appear to have well separated from interior compared to contemporary western houses. The Mop house has got enough space to contain a family of four or five. Seems to offer a wonderful visual treat once you set your eyes on this contemporary residence.
Maleny in Australia is home to sub-tropical climate with intermittent cool winter and warm summer. The place has got another remarkable landmark in the form of a building the. A couple of years ago Bark Design Architects got a contract to design a building at really vibrant landscape. And when the project was completed it turned out to be a magnificent structure and we now call it the Complex Maleny House.